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This two-part video, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, is presented in American Sign Language by Howard Rosenblum, a disabilities rights lawyer. The videos describe the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and how it applies to postsecondary education. The first video runs 32:56 minutes in length and describes the ADA in...
This website provides information on "everything related to accessibility and Apple devices." The website is divided into the following categories: Accessibility Apps, Accessories, Videos & Podcasts, Resources, and Contact. The Accessibility Apps category includes information about and links to download accessibility apps for Apple products....
This website provides information about the ASLCORE Project. This project develops new ASL signs for advanced discipline-related terminology. These signs are intended to "serve as suggestions for how to sign concepts and vocabulary." The signs are developed by deaf content experts and translators who are fluent in American Sign Language.   The...
The Spreadthesign website provides sign suggestions from different languages around the world. To find a sign, site visitors can type a word into the search box on the homepage. The search results page will show a video of someone signing the word. Below the video is a list of all the languages that are available for the searched word. The...
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This webpage, provided by DeafTec, is a list of survival signs for educators who may have a student who uses American Sign Language. Each video recording depicts a person signing an essential classroom phrases in ASL. Phrases include "my office hours are...", "questions on the homework?" and "test time left."
Recognizing the need for more children's books that emphasize inclusion, the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work, a nonprofit organization supporting persons with disabilities, created six open-access options. The books are available in English, French, American Sign Language (ASL), and Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) (note that braille copies...
These two videos, from the National Association of the Deaf, highlight best practices for hosting virtual conferences. In part 1, the presenters provide an introduction to Zoom, describe meetings versus webinars, and explore settings, visuals, livestreams, polls, the raise hand feature, breakout rooms, and Zoom roles. The video recording runs...
ASL STEM is an American Sign Language dictionary for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics terms developed by the University of Washington. Users can keyword search terms or pick from a category. Users are then linked to video submissions for the term, which are rated on a scale from one to five by the user community. The project aims...
This resource from TERC provides American Sign Language dictionaries for math and science topics. The following dictionaries are included: Signing Science Dictionary (SSD), Signing Science Picture Dictionary (SSPD), Signing Math Dictionary (SMD), Signing Math Picture Dictionary (SMPD), Signing Earth Science Dictionary (SESD), and Signing Life...
This resource, from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes, provides a report and video that explore data on educational attainment in the United States for Deaf individuals. The 16-page report was created by Carrie Lou Garberoglio, Jeffrey Levi Palmer, Stephanie Cawthon, and Adam Sales. In the report, key findings, data, and a research...